Col. Scott Kingsley, 36th Infantry Division Chief of Staff, and his family at his promotion ceremony on Apr. 6, at Camp Mabry. Kingsley is the full time officer in charge for the National Guard division ensuring mission and soldier readiness. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael Leslie, 36th Infantry Division Public Affairs)
Taken: 04.06.2017 | Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael Leslie
LEADERS AND FAMILIES OF THE 36TH INFANTRY DIVISION PARTICIPATE IN A DEPLOYMENT CEREMONY IN PREPARATION FOR HEADING TO AFGHANISTAN AS THE TRAIN, ADVISE AND ASSIST COMMAND FOR THE SOUTHERN REGION.
Taken: 01.28.2017 | Video by Sgt. 1st Class Michael Leslie
AUSTIN, Texas -- Soldiers of the 36th Infantry Division, their families, and their friends gathered for a ceremony at Cameron Field at Fort Hood, Texas, on Jan. 28, to send off “Task Force Arrowhead” as they deploy to Afghanistan in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel. The Austin-based unit is part of the Texas Army National Guard and is headquartered at Camp Mabry. The detachment of over 50 experienced officers, warrant officers and senior enlisted T-Patchers will be replacing the current Trai¬¬¬n Assist and Advise Command group, also from the 36th Inf. Div., who deployed last year. "We will be taking over responsibility for the Train, Advise and Assist Command-South mission, which includes 4 Afghan provinces...
01.28.2017 | AUSTIN, FORT HOOD, WAXAHACHIE, RED OAK, TX, US | Story by Spc. Christina Clardy